First Slip

Terms and phrases you won't find in the cricket lexicon


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Posted by   on (September 15, 2010, 19:31 GMT)

YAWN, boring. keep in mind this is cricinfo not indiainfo. apart from a handful of giggling indian teenagers i dont think anyone finds "first slip" funny. not even sehwag.

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